Tagged: Kanagawa

Meigetsuin Temple, Kanagawa

There is an alias called an Ajisai (Japanese hydrangea) temple Meigetsuin Temple is the temple of Kencho-ji Temple school of the Rinzai sect in Kitakamakura. It is famous with Hasedera...

Engakuji Temple, Kanagawa

Shari-den (reliquary hall) is designated as a national treasure Engakuji Temple is a popular tourist attraction in Kitakamakura. Together with Kenchoji Temple, it is the temple representing Zen sect in...

Hakone Yuryo Hot Spring Resort, Kanagawa

Be healed both mentally and physically “Hakone Yuryo Hot Spring Resort” in Hakone-machi, Kanagawa Prefecture is the day-trip hot spring near Hakone Yumoto station operated by Odakyu Electric Railway. You...

Enoshima Island Spa, Kanagawa

Outdoor springs overlook Mt. Fuji In the natural environment of Enoshima Island, the Enoshima Island Spa was born as a concept of “Balance of Stillness and Motion”. For brevity, it...

Pola Museum of Art, Kanagawa

The exhibition collected over 40 years The Pola Museum of Art is one of the leading art museums in Hakone, where nature and art coexist. The Pola Museum of Art...

Kencho-ji Temple, Kanagawa

The first temple specialized in zen in Japan The “Kencho-ji Temple” is the first temple specialized in zen in Japan with a high-profile atmosphere. The Rinzai sect Kencho-ji group’s head...

Gora Onsen Hot Spring, Kanagawa

Full-scale development started in 1912 Gora was a prairie without even a house until hot spring development started in 1894. Full-scale development started in 1912 and afterwards Gora Park of...